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Education Montana compromises on No Child Left Behind, test scores

Denise Juneau
NICK WOLCOTT/CHRONICLE

Denise Juneau, Montana's superintendent of public instruction, speaks with the Chronicle on May 10, 2011.


Montana announced Monday a compromise with the federal government over the No Child Left Behind law that adds just 16 schools to the list of those failing to meet the law’s targets, instead of giving black marks to nearly half the schools in the state.

Denise Juneau, state superintendent of public instruction, announced the compromise in a conference call in Helena and called it “a huge win for our public education system.”

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Bozeman-area 2011 NCLB test scores

Here are results for Bozeman-area schools on Montana’s 2011 No Child Left Behind test, showing the percentage of students who scored at grade level or higher and whether they made “adequate yearly progress."

Schools with enrollments too small to report results publicly without violating students’ privacy include Pass Creek, Willow Creek, Cottonwood, Springhill and Malmborg.

School Reading Math AYP? Notes
Bozeman Elem. Dist. 93% 82% no
Emily Dickinson 93% 89% yes
Hawthorne 96% 89% yes
Hyalite 91% 85% yes
Irving 91% 80% no, 1st year
Longfellow 98% 94% yes
Morning Star 99% 94% yes
Whittier 87% 84% yes, holding at 2nd year ID for improvement
Chief Joseph Middle 93% 78% no, 2nd year ID for improvement
Sacajawea Middle 95% 83% no, 2nd year ID for improvement
Bozeman High 95% 79% no, 2nd year ID for improvement Graduation rate: 88%
Belgrade Elem. Dist. 89% 72% no, 1st year
Belgrade Intermediate 89% 72% no, ID for corrective action
Belgrade Middle 91% 71% no, 1st year ID for improvement
Heck/Quaw Elem. 90% 84% yes
Ridge View Elem. 93% 83% yes
Belgrade High 86% 65% no, 3rd year ID for improvement Graduation rate: 71%
Manhattan Elem. Schl 98% 91% yes
Manhattan 7-8 93% 84% yes
Manhattan High 95% 88% yes Graduation rate: 90%
Monforton Elem. 99% 90% yes
Monforton 7-8 99% 84% yes
LaMotte School 97% 90% yes
Gallatin Gateway 97% 86% yes
Ophir K-12% 95% 85% yes
Three Forks Elem. 93% 72% yes
Three Forks 7-8 93% 65% no, 1st year ID for improvement
Three Forks High 96% 79% yes Graduation rate: 96%
West Yellowstone K-12% 96% 60% no, ID for corrective action
Amsterdam Elem. 98% 95% yes
Anderson School 100% 92% yes
Winans 91% 72% no, 1st year, watch list
East Side 91% 77% yes
Sleeping Giant Middle 96% 91% yes
Park High 92% 70% no, 2nd year ID for improvement Graduation rate: 76%
Ennis K-12 94% 73% yes
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